I moved onto Bridlington Harbour, and then to South Beach. The best was a group of Sanderling (7) and Turnstones which scavenged on discarded cod (top shot). Quite a few Purple Sandpipers about too.
Cormorant in summer plumage
Great Black-backed gull
A pair of Herring Gulls at the end of the long call.
Purple Sandpipers roosting on North beach wall.
Purple Sandpiper in action.
A large group of Redshank with Dunlin roost during the high tide outside the harbour wall.
Sculpture of sawing girl with the Flamborough Headland on the distance.
An information panel of the Bridlington Maritime trail.
The resident Barnacle Goose.
Common Gull on S Beach.
Turnstone feeding on cod remains.
The carcass is taken over by a young Great black back gull and attending Black-headed gull.
Sanderling on the run.
another sanderling on the run.
Bridlington from the S beach.
Cormorants on post.